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UK – IGT wins accolades at two London award ceremonies

By - 13 February 2024

International Game Technology was recognised with top honors in two industry-leading award programs held in conjunction with ICE London: the International Gaming Awards and the European Casino Awards.

At the International Gaming Awards IGT’s Multidimensional omnichannel games won Lottery Product of the Year. The annual awards program recognizes premier online and land-based casino suppliers and operators from around the world and judged by a panel of leading gaming industry professionals.

At the European Casino Awards, IGT was named Best Diversity and Inclusion Employer for the third consecutive year. The annual program, judged by industry experts and professionals, recognizes technical and practical excellence for gaming operators and suppliers across Europe.

“As the global leader in lottery, IGT being awarded with the ‘Lottery Product of the Year’ at the International Gaming Awards for our multidimensional omnichannel game portfolio demonstrates our leadership in delivering elevated interactive lottery experiences,” said Jay Gendron, IGT Chief Operating Officer Global Lottery. “Drawing on a range of dynamic capabilities, including instant ticket printing, eInstant studios, and retail and draw game innovators, IGT offers an exceptional library of top-performing omnichannel titles.”

“IGT being recognized as the ‘Best Diversity and Inclusion Employer’ for the third year in a row at the European Casino Awards reinforces the Company’s leadership in and commitment to creating a workplace where inclusion and belonging is the standard, and where everyone feels they have a real chance to grow and succeed,” said Brian Blake, IGT Vice President, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion. “With dedicated focus, IGT’s company-wide DEI initiatives continue to elevate our workplace culture, drive employee engagement and business results, and empower employees to bring their full, authentic selves to work.”

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